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Lawmaker: Missing ammo poses New York harbor danger

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Interesting story about Fort Lafayette, now under the Brooklyn side of the Verrazano Bridge, (Brooklyn-Staten Island) told to me one of the reasons for more active preservation law. It was dynamited by Parsons, Inc., so said the field supervisor Petr Glumac, Ph.D. in 1999 while working on the human remains reputedly from the “first Almshouse” in NYC City Hall Park. Some of the local divers still dive “on it” (the fort remains) and bring up fragments I saw on the television, presented by a once high school chum, now investigative journalist, Lou Young. Lawmaker: Missing ammo poses New York harbor danger

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Written by georgejmyersjr

01/15/2008 at 2:14 am

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